Research Vice President, Computing Semiconductors
Shane Rau leads IDC's computing semiconductor and supply chain research within IDC's Enabling Technologies team. His research covers microprocessors and SoCs, discrete and integrated graphics processors, and memory in both general computing systems, like PCs and servers, and embedded and intelligent systems, like printers, thin clients, and storage systems.
Mr. Rau provides in-depth insight and intelligence on market sizing, forecasting, technology trends, vendor analysis, pricing trends, supply and demand analysis, and market share. Through collaboration with PC, storage, and contract manufacturing analyst colleagues, Mr. Rau spearheads IDC research initiatives into the PC supply chain, PC technology and interface attach rates, as well as into the changing semiconductor vendor market power dynamics.
Mr. Rau has over 25 years of experience tracking general IT and computing technology and market trends for technical and non-technical audiences. Prior to joining IDC in 2001, he was a technical editor for PC World magazine where he tracked the semiconductor industry, edited articles for technical accuracy, and led a staff of 50 editors in article planning, presenting technical material, and data analysis.
Enabling Technologies and Semiconductors: June 22, 2015
Shane Rau, Jeff Janukowicz, Soo-Kyoum Kim, Les Santiago, Abhi Dugar
Jun 2015 - Doc # 257143 Update
This IDC update presents::purchase document
Worldwide DRAM Demand and Supply 1Q15–4Q16 and
Soo-Kyoum Kim, Shane Rau
Jun 2015 - Doc # 256808 Update
This IDC update and the accompanying Excel file provide the CY 1Q15 vendor share results and the forecasts for both the short-term (1Q15–4Q16) and the long-term (2015–2019) worldwide DRAM market. The Excel file includes::purchase document
|IDC Worldwide Semiconductor and Enabling Technologies Predictions 2015|
|Framingham, MA United States|
|January 20, 2015|